Miranda Kerr is showing off her Dior wedding dress in Vogue, saying she chose this design for the “purity and mystery".


Oprah’s in Alaskaaaaaaaaaa!



Flying into Juneau. Look at how beautiful! #ALASKA

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Nicole Richie reminded me of Diddy’s White Parties, which led me to this article in GQ: The Greatest 4th of July Party that Ever Was. The photo album is so worth your 5 minutes.



This must be what Puff Daddy's White Party is like πŸ’ƒπŸ½πŸ’ƒπŸ½πŸ’ƒπŸ½

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I’m convinced Salma Hayek has a purposefully shady Instagram. Last week she posted a photo of Anna Wintour dancing like a chicken at the MET Gala and then she posts a congratulatory post of Roger Federer and his eyes are closed. His eyes are closed! The man just won Wimbledon and you can’t find one photo with his eyes open?????



Congratulations #rogerfederer - 8th #wimbledon title! #felicitaciones #bradleycooper

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Last week, Lainey wrote about Harper’s birthday at Buckingham Palace. One of her guests was Stella McCartney’s daughter and, according to British tabloids, Stella is pissed that the Beckhams posted her photo on social media. The Daily Mail should be taken with a boulder-size grain of salt, but I do think this is a real issue. I don’t put my kids on social media and it’s incredibly hard for some people to grasp that. I’m not subtle about it but there’s always the mom who thinks she can slip in a group shot on Facebook. Not on my watch. I’m with Stella on this one.



Lucky Harper meeting a real life princess at the Palace x ❀️

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Lainey often references the work of the great Anne Helen Petersen. And I’d like to add this to her cannon: he does look like he just hugged a pizza.



I meant to post this like 10 days ago but I forgot because he’s so boring: Tom Brady is writing a lifestyle book! It’s about the TB12 Method (it sounds like a flu vaccine) and as the cover (which he points out is not the final version) says, “sustained peak performance.” He’s certainly qualified to give advice on being an elite athlete, but to me this is an oxymoron. How do you sustain a peak? Isn’t the point of a peak that it’s not sustainable? But he has 5 Super Bowl rings and I cheat on my gears at spin class so what do I know.



I am excited to share this with you, the culmination of what I have been working on for the past 12 years of my career - something that I know can benefit ALL people regardless of age, athletic level, or stage of life. So many people ask me, "What do I do to maintain my motivation and commitment to my sport? How is it possible to keep playing football at 40 years old?" So for anyone who's ever wondered why I feel better today than when I was 25, I've got something for you. Whether you’re a high school, college, or pro athlete, a coach, a farmer, an executive, a teacher, a doctor, a student, a parent, a graphic designer, ANYONE - I know the methods in this book can be a blueprint to better understanding how to maintain peak mental and physical fitness for the rest of your life. I call it the TB12 Method and it's coming soon (not the actual book cover pictured)... Link to preorder in bio! @tb12sports

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You guys, Janet Gretzky posted her Google search instead of just the photo. I’m dead.